Time to ditch the probationary period
On: September 17, 2019 | By: NDA
Typically, a probationary period is a period of time after hiring an employee—usually between 30 and 90 days—when an employee is assessed to determine whether s/he is able to satisfy the requirements of the job. It can also be used to define a period of time when the employee is not eligible for certain benefits and/or be set on the state’s unemployment base period, neither of which need a defined “probationary period” to be valid. Read more here.
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